Iran exported $8.54 billion, $5.738 billion and $3.507 billion worth of products, to China, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates, respectively, during the eleven-month period.
Afghanistan and India accounted for $2.185 billion and $2.184 billion worth of Iran’s non-oil exports, respectively, during the mentioned period of time.
Iran exported $46.306 billion of non-oil products and imported $48.258 billion of non-oil goods during the first eleven months of the current Iranian calendar year, according to the Iran Customs Administration.
China, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Turkey and India were the leading exporters of non-oil goods to Iran in the eleven-month period.
In June 2014, Trade Promotion Organization of Iran Director, Valiollah Afkhami-Rad, said Iran’s annual non-oil exports were projected to rise by 50 percent and hit $47 billion in the current Iranian calendar year.
Iran’s non-oil exports witnessed nearly half-a-percent growth while the country’s non-oil imports dropped around five percent in the previous Iranian calendar year.